Here Be Dragons - Book One, Chapters 32-37 Summary & Analysis

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Book One, Chapters 32-37 Summary

Joanna goes to Richard and learns that he was present during the hangings. Joanna accuses him of doing nothing to stop them. Joanna also asks Richard about Maude de Braose and learns that she was starved. Joanna cannot understand how Richard can know all these things about their father and still continue to serve him. Six weeks later finds Joanna at a priory where she is still struggling over her feelings for her father and her loyalty to Llewelyn. While she is walking in the gardens one day, Joanna learns that Llewelyn has arrived and taken Elen away. Joanna rushes back to the guest house Joanna finds Llewelyn waiting for her. They discuss the status of their marriage and Llewelyn tells Joanna that he cannot continue to be married to her if she continues to be loyal...

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